Scotland’s village of Kilmory improves access to mobile services for a better-connected society


In the south end of the Isle of Arran, the small village of Kilmory has a population of just under 500 residents. As a popular tourist village, renowned for its natural environment and long beach, the area attracts over 2000 visitors during the summer season. The holidaymakers have become the primary source of income for Kilmory, and the local community recognised the importance of effective connectivity, for locals and visitors alike.

For Kilmory, having local attractions and activities promoted and found online, through reliable mobile services, would provide benefits for the local economy by increasing business opportunities, as well as improving social interaction with the local community.